Much as he disagrees with presidential candidate Donald Trump’s stances on Muslims and refugees, the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant won’t join in public efforts to condemn the candidate.
Christianity and America are not synonymous, and the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant thinks it’s time we give up the Americanized version of the faith.
In the aftermath of the Paris bombings, Christians’ response ought to include examining the true nature of our faith, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.
The popular Christmas project of Franklin Graham’s Samaritan’s Purse organization actually corrupts everything that Christmas should mean and be, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.
Jesus seems to be an afterthought in most of the organizational plans being brought forward for the 2016 General Conference, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.
Preparing to lead a memorial service for a dead Marine, the Rev. Richard L. Bryant reflects on how political lies contribute to a culture of war that is antithetical to Christian beliefs.
The Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant imagines how the late Apple founder and innovator Steve Jobs might approach the multiple challenges facing today’s United Methodist Church
The Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant finds some troubling links between the gospel story of Jesus and the rich young man and devotion to United Methodist traditions over the call to discipleship.
Fasten your safety belts — it’s going to be a bumpy ride through the social media habits that the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant finds annoying.
The church is called to be a counter-cultural alternative to the consumer-driven norms dominating our society, but instead The United Methodist Church maintains the economic status quo that’s hurting people, says the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant.